South Dakota Network of ADA Coordinators (SDNAC)

Empowering Inclusivity, Advocating Accessibility, and Leading Change Together
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The South Dakota Network of ADA Coordinators (SDNAC) seeks to promote and improve the understanding of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990. SDNAC is a safe space where ADA Coordinators within the state of South Dakota can share resources, teach, train, and mentor. Join below!

Our vision is to establish a united and influential coalition dedicated to championing accessibility, inclusivity, and equal opportunities for all.

About the Network

Our coalition will serve as a comprehensive resource hub, providing guidance, templates, and support to ADA Coordinators in their efforts to make facilities, programs, and digital content accessible to all.

We strive to be at the forefront of ADA compliance knowledge. Through continuous learning and professional development, we will ensure that ADA Coordinators are equipped with the latest tools and strategies to facilitate accessibility.


We seek professionals from around the state representing government, educational institutions, disability organizations, venues, and more. Group members must serve in the capacity of ADA Coordinator for the organization they represent but are not required to have the formal title of “ADA Coordinator.”

We have regular virtual meetings. If you would like to receive notices to attend the meetings, please fill out the form below.

There are no fees to be a member or attend the meetings. Join or request more information by filling out the form below.


Interested in starting a network in your area?

If you aren't in South Dakota or are interested in starting your own ADA Coordinator Network in your state or area, we can help facilitate that. Reach out to us to learn how you can begin.


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The Rocky Mountain ADA Center is not an enforcement agency, nor does it provide advocacy services. The information and materials provided by the center are intended solely as informal guidance and are not a determination of your legal rights or responsibilities. All communication with the center is strictly confidential.

For possible additional resources, please see our resources page or contact the Rocky Mountain ADA Center through our Technical Assistance Form or call us directly at 800-949-4232.